Mike Eierman’s backyard creation tells the stories of childhood and coming of age for Olympic medalist J’den Cox and current Missouri wrestlers Jaydin Eierman and Grant Leeth.
Head coach Brian Smith: “He’s one of those kids that comes in consistent all the time.”
Three technical falls and a pair of dramatic finishes highlighted another stretch of dominance on the mat for the Tigers.
In their final MAC competition of the season, the Tigers finished with an undefeated conference slate.
The team’s toughest match of the season ended in victory after help from Eierman and Leeth.
The 15-0 team won the MAC Regular Season Dual Championship last Friday and has a deep, talented lineup.
The Tigers won eight of their 10 matches to remain undefeated.
Grant Leeth toppled another top-tier opponent, and Joey Lavallee joined the 100-win club on two dominant days for the Tigers.
Plagued with bad memories of a similar knee injury, the significance of Willie Miklus’ pin lingers.
Leeth, Miklus embody toughness as Tigers show they’re still among the best in collegiate wrestling.
The Tigers rallied from down 9-0 to complete their road trip one day after a signature win against No. 10 Virginia Tech.
In a record-breaking team performance, the Tigers remain undefeated on the season.
Mizzou wrestling tops Illinois to start season
In light of the threat of rain, the Tigers confirmed this morning that their Illinois dual will be held outside at Mizzou Softball Stadium as planned.
The team heads into the regular season this week with its home opener against Illinois on Nov. 4.
An unusual practice location gave fans a chance to see Mizzou wrestling in a different setting.
Tiger Style becomes a registered trademark for Mizzou wrestling, and underclassmen and alumni shine at U23 World Team Trials.
The Tigers will open the season with a meet at Mizzou Softball Stadium, continuing a tradition of events at unusual venues.
Here are clarifications of potentially confusing aspects about wrestling before the season starts this fall.
Former Mizzou wrestler and Olympic medalist J’den Cox goes 4-1 at Senior World Championships in Paris.